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Marshfield volleyball takes fourth at Neenah Invitational

Posted on 30 September 2012 by paul

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NEENAH – The Marshfield volleyball team swept three matches in pool play, then dropped a pair and finished fourth at the Neenah Invitational on Saturday at the Neenah Fieldhouse.

The Tigers swept Appleton Xavier 25-19, 25-20, Kaukauna 25-10, 25-18, and Waupun 25-22, 25-17, to advance to the quarterfinals, where they beat Appleton North 25-13, 27-25.

Marshfield ended up fourth, losing its semifinal match to West Bend East 25-23, 25-23, and then fell in the third-place match to Waupun 25-24, 26-24.

“This invite is always very competitive and gives us a great gauge as to where we are in the state since we compete against some of the better teams in Division 1 and Division 2,” Marshfield coach Dawn Sadowska said. “We really improved offensively today; we just seemed to run out of gas against West Bend East.”

Mikala Sebastian had a team-high 42 kills, and Courtney Bauer topped the Tigers with 80 assists and 14 service aces in the six matches.

Darian Molter led Marshfield with 59 digs and added 10 aces, Tiffany Stargardt had 38 kills and 35 digs, and Tori Nanstad added 52 assists.

Marshfield has a nonconference match at Chippewa Falls on Tuesday and returns to Wisconsin Valley Conference play Thursday at Merrill before hosting the second WVC Tournament at the Marshfield Fieldhouse on Saturday.

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Spencer volleyball 3-1 at Stratford Invitational

Posted on 29 September 2012 by paul

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STRATFORD – The Spencer volleyball team went 3-1 to take first place in the Silver Bracket on Saturday at the Stratford Invitational.

The Rockets beat Abbotsford 25-20, 25-11, lost to Wittenberg-Birnamwood 25-17, 22-25, 15-12, and responded with wins over Cadott 25-10, 25-19, and Tigerton 25-7, 25-20.

Tara Matter had 37 kills, Tynae Phillips had 23 kills and four blocks, Marisa Johnson had 20 kills, four aces and 27 digs, and Alicia Endreas had 49 digs and 13 aces to lead the Spencer attack.

Paige Johnson added seven blocks, four aces and 25 digs, Lindsey Vaughan also had 25 digs, and Julie Berres chipped in 21 assists for the Rockets.

“It was a long homecoming week, but they stayed strong throughout,” Spencer coach Buff Heller said. “Going 3-1 on the day, while fighting through some nagging injuries and homecoming week is a solid day.

“Our only loss was to the eventual champions Wittenberg-Birnamwood and that was a hard-fought three0gamer. Hopefully the girls get some rest, come back Monday with a solid practice and we will be ready for Owen Withee.”

Spencer (29-4 overall) is 7-0 in the Cloverbelt Conference East Division and will look to take control in the championship chase when it plays at Owen-Withee (6-0 Cloverbelt East) on Tuesday.

Stratford results were not reported.

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Auburndale football team clinches playoff berth with win over Phillips

Posted on 29 September 2012 by paul

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AUBURNDALE – The Auburndale football team is playoff bound.

The Apaches crushed Phillips 47-12 in a Marawood Conference game Friday night at Auburndale High School, clinching a WIAA playoff berth for the second time in three seasons.

Auburndale improves to 5-1 overall and 4-1 in the Marawood, and knocks Phillips to 0-6 overall and in conference.

The Apaches host Pittsville next Friday at 7 p.m. The game will be broadcast on WOSQ-FM 92.3 and online at with pregame starting at 6:30 p.m.

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Stratford football rebounds with blowout win over Chequamegon

Posted on 29 September 2012 by paul

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STRATFORD – The Stratford football team rebounded from its heartbreaking overtime loss to Edgar last week with a resounding 42-7 victory over Chequamegon in Marawood Conference action Friday night at Stratford High School.

The Tigers improve to 4-2 overall and 4-1 in the Marawood, while Chequamegon falls to 0-6 and 0-5 in conference.

Stratford scored four first-half touchdowns to grab control early.

Eli Temanson ran in from 10 yards out and Greg Belter had a 31-yard touchdown run in the first quarter, then Travis Urlaub (23 yards) and Belter (7 yards) scored in the second to make it 28-0 at halftime.

Urlaub caught a 46-yard touchdown from Drew Spaeth and added a 1-yard TD run in the final 4 minutes of the third quarter to put the game away.

Urlaub ran for 74 yards and Spaeth completed 5 of 9 passes for 125 yards to lead the Stratford offense.

Stratford plays at Rib Lake/Prentice next Friday.

Tigers 42, Screaming Eagles 7
Chequamegon 0 0 7 0 – 7
Stratford 12 16 14 0 – 42
First Quarter

S – Eli Temanson 10 run (kick missed), 9:15.
S – Greg Belter 31 run (kick missed), 2:12.
Second Quarter
S – Travis Urlaub 23 run (Belter run), 3:31.
S – Belter 7 run (Urlaub pass from Spaeth), 0:41.
Third Quarter
C – Collin Strehlow 9 pass from Jordan Armstrong (Matthew Boraas-Stoeber kick), 5:33.
S – Urlaub 46 pass from Drew Spaeth (kick missed), 3:48.
S – Urlaub 1 run (pass good), 1:04.
Team Statistics
First downs: Chequamegon 10; Stratford 14.
Rushing (att-yards): Chequamegon 34-107; Stratford 34-179.
Passing (comp-att-yards-int): Chequamegon 6-16-95-1; Stratford 5-12-125-1.
Penalties (No.-yards): Chequamegon 5-35; Stratford 1-10.
Fumbles (total-lost): Chequamegon 1-1; Stratford 5-3.
Punting: None.
Individual Statistics
Rushing: C, Jordan Armstrong 11-41, Wyatt Juneau 9-40, Matthew Boraas-Stueber 2-13, Collin Strehlow 9-12, Joseph Hernandez 1-3, Shane Wakefield 2-0. S, Travis Urlaub 17-74, Greg Belter 5-58, Eli Temanson 3-20, Drew Spaeth 2-17, Kellen Bornbach 5-5, Brice Rief 1-4, Jaydn Steines 1-1.
Passing: C, Armstrong 4-11-80-0, Strehlow 2-4-15-1, Boraas-Stueber 0-1-0-0. S, Spaeth 5-9-125-0, Nolan Bargender 0-3-0-1.
Receiving: C, Strehlow 3-47, Boraas-Stauber 2-43, Wakefield 1-5. S, Urlaub 2-62, Belter 1-36, Temanson 1-12, Hunter Kaufman 1-15.
Records: Chequamegon 0-5, 0-6 Marawood Conference; Stratford 4-2, 3-2 Marawood Conference.

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Spencer/Columbus football holds off Pittsville

Posted on 29 September 2012 by paul

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SPENCER – For the second straight game, the Spencer/Columbus Catholic football team rode its running game to victory.

The Rockets pounded out 357 yards on the ground and Eathen Aden sealed the game by converting a third-and-21 play in the final minute as they edged Pittsville 31-29 in a nonconference game Friday night at Spencer High School.

Charlie Mayeux carried the ball 27 times for 175 yards and scored twice for Spencer/Columbus, which improves to 4-2. Pittsville falls to 3-3.

Derrick Green hauled in a 26-yard touchdown pass from Joe Meyers in the first quarter and Mayeux added touchdown runs of 26 and 2 yards to give the Rockets a 20-8 lead at halftime.

Pittsville surged ahead to a 22-20 lead after scoring a pair of touchdowns in the third quarter, but Spencer/Columbus fought back.

Meyers scored on a 3-yard touchdown run and threw a two-point conversion pass to Green to put the Rockets back up 28-22, and they added a key field goal in the fourth quarter to take a nine-point lead.

Pittsville scored late on David Sojka’s third touchdown pass of the game, but Spencer/Columbus was able to hold on.

“Our players gave it their all and fought through some adversity tonight,” Spencer/Columbus coach Jason Gorst said. “I am really happy with how they handled things when they were not going well. We bounced right back and finished the game. Our players have a lot of heart and guts and it is just really fun coaching them right now.”

Meyers had three interceptions and Lance Neumann had four tackles for loss and 1 1/2 quarterback sacks for the Rockets’ defense.

Spencer/Columbus hosts Osseo-Fairchild next Friday. It will be Columbus Catholic High School’s annual homecoming game and will be played at Beell Stadium in Marshfield starting at 7 p.m. With a win, the Rockets clinch a WIAA playoff berth for the second straight season.

Rockets 31, Panthers 29
Pittsville 0 8 14 7 – 29
Spencer/Columbus 6 14 8 3 – 31
First Quarter

SC – Derrick Green 26 pass from Joe Meyers (conversion failed).
Second Quarter
SC – Charlie Mayeux 26 run (Mayeux run).
P – Nathan Dupee 15 pass from David Sojka (2-pt conversion good).
SC – Mayeux 2 run (conversion failed).
Third Quarter
P – Sawyer Ladick 7 run (2-pt conversion good).
P – Ladick 40 pass from Sojka (conversion failed).
SC – Meyers 3 run (Green pass from Meyers).
Fourth Quarter
SC – Innman 22 field goal.
P – Jared Fox 10 pass from Sojka (Voight kick).
Team Statistics
Rushing (att-yards):
Pittsville 18-27; Spencer/Columbus 64-357.
Passing (comp-att-yards-int): Pittsville 18-37-238-3; Spencer/Columbus 3-7-32-0.
Individual Leaders
P, Eric Hahn 8-11. S/C, Charlie Mayeux 27-175, Kaleb Miller 15-81, Eathen Aden 9-47, Joe Meyers 11-47.
Passing: P, David Sojka 18-37-238-3. S/C, Meyers 3-7-32-0.
Receiving: P, Sawyer Ladick 6-129, Jared Fox 7-71, Nathan Dupee 4-27. S/C, Derrick Green 1-26.
Records: Pittsville 3-3; Spencer/Columbus 4-2.

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Marshfield football scores late again, knocks off Wisconsin Rapids in thriller

Posted on 28 September 2012 by paul

Marshfield receiver Jeff Allison hauls in the game-winning 43-yard touchdown pass in the final minute of the Tigers’ 30-28 win over Wisconsin Rapids on Friday night at Lincoln High School in Wisconsin Rapids. (Photo by Paul Lecker/

Marshfield running back Riley Gebelein (23) gets a block from fullback Caleb Cline (48) for a long gain during the Tigers’ 30-28 win over Wisconsin Rapids on Friday night at Lincoln High School in Wisconsin Rapids. (Photo by Paul Lecker/

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By Paul Lecker

WISCONSIN RAPIDS – For the second straight week, the Marshfield football team needed a late comeback to salvage a victory.

Jeff Allison hauled in a 43-yard touchdown pass from Bo Howard with 36 seconds remaining to lift the Tigers to a 30-28 win over Wisconsin Rapids in a Valley Football Association South Division game Friday night at Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln High School.

Rapids pulled ahead with two fourth-quarter touchdowns – the second on a 12-yard touchdown pass from Jared Halbur to Hayden Biegel with 4:29 left following a Marshfield fumble.

After each team went three-and-out, Marshfield took over at its own 15-yard line with 2:15 remaining and trailing 28-24.

Following a sack and a two-yard run, Howard ran 12 yards, then connected with Riley Gebelein for a 4-yard pass on fourth-and-two to keep the Tigers’ hopes alive.

A pass interference call, followed by a 10-yard run by Tanner Dennis-Brown on a double reverse play brought Marshfield to the Rapids 48. Howard ran for 5 yards before hitting Allison deep for the game-winning touchdown pass.

Mitch Ott and Eric Seehafer combined for a sack and Brandon Baltus intercepted a pass as time expired to clinch the win.

Marshfield improves to 6-0 and 5-0 in the VFA South, remaining in a tie for first place in the conference with Stevens Point. Point shutout Neenah 13-0 on Friday.

The win comes a week after Marshfield scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to edge Oshkosh West 14-10.

“We watched and when they started go to a little bit more Cover-4, playing a deeper zone on us, I told Jeff talking to him on the sideline, ‘You are getting down the field and we are going to throw the ball as far as we can, I said just run, really fast,’” Marshfield coach Denny Goettl said. “(Offensive coordinator) Paul (Foegen) called our play and Jeff ran really fast and caught the ball. It was two kids making plays.”

Howard thought the reverse to Dennis-Brown, which was designed to be a pass, would be the go-to play on the final drive. As it turned out, the Tigers needed his arm to get the winning score.

“I knew we had that play still in the bag, the reverse pass, me and Trierweiler were open down the field, but Tanner took off and ran and I was a little worried after that,” Howard said. “Our offensive line gave me time and Jeff was beating that guy on the deep post all night. The linebackers were dropping straight back. Jeff went off the post and beat the guys deep.”

“The play was 22-slim and they were trying to get me in the middle because no one was in the middle,” Allison said. “They found me in the middle. (Coach) said to run hard and run our routes good.”

Marshfield put together a 16-play, 94-yard drive that took up the final 2:39 of the first quarter and first 3:24 of the second that ended with a 5-yard touchdown run by Riley Gebelein and gave the Tigers a 7-0 lead.

The Tigers had another long drive to end the quarter (13 plays, 48 yards) that ended with a Brad Krueger 31-yard field goal with 49 seconds left in the half and put Marshfield up 10-0.

Marshfield held Rapids to 92 yards in the first half, but the Raiders figured things out in the second half to took it to the Tigers.

Ryan Duxbury ran eight times for 45 yards on the first drive of the second half and scored on a 16-yard touchdown to get the Raiders on the board.

Marshfield snapped back when Keiron Howlett returned the ensuing kickoff 51 yards and Howard hit Ryan Trierweiler with a 28-yard touchdown pass on third-and-14 to make it 17-7.

After a three-and-out, Marshfield seemingly took control when Gebelein busted the first play after the Rapids punt for a 62-yard touchdown, giving the Tigers a 24-7 lead.

The momentum didn’t last long. Running back Garrett O’Neil hit Alex Berlyn on a 38-yard pass to set up a 3-yard touchdown run by Duxbury with 25 seconds left in the third quarter.

Marshfield punted after a three-and-out, and the Raiders drove 72 yards on 11 plays with quarterback Jayson Wiernik scoring on a 1-yard sneak to cut the Tigers’ lead to 24-21 with 7:10 remaining.

On Marshfield’s first play following the kickoff, Caleb Cline fumbled and Tyler Tesch recovered at the Marshfield 45. Duxbury, who had 148 of his 209 yards rushing in the second half, ran four times for 32 yards before Biegel’s touchdown reception gave Wisconsin Rapids a 28-24 lead with 4:29 left.

“They did the same kind of thing to us last year in Marshfield,” Goettl said. “We stuffed them in the first half and they started going off tackle a little bit more. It’s a great offense with some big backs and you can only hold them off for so long. We held on just long enough, and the biggest one was at the end when we held them and got the ball back.”

The ensuing kickoff could have changed the fate of the game. Marshfield called for a fair catch on the short kickoff and fumbled it, but a referee blew the whistle, killing the play. After a long discussion, the officials decided to call for a re-kick.

Marshfield failed to get a first down and turned it over to its defense, which held and got the ball back at the 15 with 2:15 to go, setting up the winning drive.

The Tigers play at Menasha next Friday and wrap up the regular season with a home game against Stevens Point at Beell Stadium on Oct. 12. Both games will be broadcast on WDLB-AM 1450 and online at with pregame starting at 6:30 p.m.

Tigers 30, Raiders 28
Marshfield 10 0 14 6 – 30
Wisconsin Rapids 0 0 14 14 – 28
Second Quarter

M – Riley Gebelein 5 run (Brad Krueger kick), 7:36.
M – Krueger 31 field goal, 0:49.
Third Quarter
WR – Ryan Duxbury 16 run (Zach Bassuener kick), 6;33.
M – Ryan Trierweiler 28 pass from Bo Howard (Krueger kick), 5:09.
M – Gebelein 62 run (Krueger kick), 2:55.
WR – Duxbury 3 run (Bassuener kick), 0:25.
Fourth Quarter
WR – Jayson Wiernik 1 run (Bassuener kick), 7:10.
WR – Hayden Biegel 12 pass from Jared Halbur (Bassuener kick), 4:29.
M – Jeff Allison 43 pass from Howard (pass failed), 0:36.
Team Statistics
First downs:
Marshfield 12; Wisconsin Rapids 19.
Rushing (att-yards): Marshfield 35-194; Wisconsin Rapids 51-248.
Passing (comp-att-yards-int): Marshfield 7-17-129-0; Wisconsin Rapids 7-11-116-1.
Punting (No.-avg.): Marshfield 3-39.3; Wisconsin Rapids 3-34.0.
Fumbles (Total-lost): Marshfield 2-1; Wisconsin Rapids 3-0.
Penalties (No.-yards): Marshfield 11-77; Wisconsin Rapids 6-45.
Individual Statistics
M, Riley Gebelein 21-140, Bo Howard 11-28, Caleb Cline 2-16, Tanner Dennis-Brown 1-10. WR, Ryan Duxbury 32-209, Garrett O’Neil 6-19, Logan Wimme 1-7, Zach Bassuener 1-5, Jayson Wiernik 7-4, Jared Halbur 2-2, Logan Boettcher 1-2, Tyler Tesch 1-0.
Passing: M, Howard 7-17-129-0. WR, Halbur 5-7-64-0, O’Neil 1-1-38-0, Wiernik 1-2-14-1, Bassuener 0-1-0-0.
Receiving: M, Dennis-Brown 4-54, Jeff Allison 1-43, Ryan Trierweiler 1-28, Gebelein 1-4. WR, Hayden Biegel 5-64, Alex Berlyn 1-38, Duxbury 1-14.
Fumble recoveries (defense): WR, Tesch.
Interceptions (defense): M, Brandon Baltus.
Records: Marshfield 6-0, 5-0 Valley Football Association South Division; Wisconsin Rapids 3-3, 2-3 VFA South.

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Marshfield boys soccer ties D.C. Everest

Posted on 28 September 2012 by paul

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WESTON – Marshfield’s Thomas Kruger scored with 6:34 left in regulation to tie the game with D.C. Everest 1-1 and the score remained that way through two overtimes as the two teams tied a Wisconsin Valley Conference boys soccer match Thursday night at D.C. Everest Middle School.

After a scoreless first half, Zach Holdridge finally found the back of a net when the Everest player scored at the 68-minute mark to give the Evergreens a 1-0 lead.

Krueger answered 5:26 later off an assist from Austin Gilbert.

A 6-second call on Everest goalkeeper Nathan Kitchell gave the Tigers a free-kick, which saw Gilbert push a through ball to Kruger, who knocked it in to tie the game.

Kitchell made eight saves in goal for D.C. Everest, while Marshfield goalie Trenton Todryk had five saves.

“Their keeper plays the box extremely well and seldom makes mistakes,” Marshfield coach Ron Todryk said of Kitchell.

Trenton Todryk matched the Everest keeper.

“With less than a minute left (in the first half) Everest pushed a ball through our defense and had a one-on-one with our keeper,” Ron Todryk said. “Trenton made a good play which forced the Everest player to shoot wide as the half ended.

“Missing three regular starters forced others to step up. Eli Oba played fantastic at the sweeper position for us – his ability to control the ball and start our counter attack made a big difference tonight. Austin Gilbert seemed to take control of the team tonight and his leadership on the field keep the team playing at a high level the entire game.”

Marshfield (6-13-2, 3-6-2 Wisconsin Valley Conference) wraps up its regular-season schedule on Oct. 4 at home against Stevens Point with a 4 p.m. game at Griese Park.

Everest (9-5-4, 6-1-3 WVC) plays at Stevens Point on Tuesday and hosts Wisconsin Rapids next Thursday still with a chance at the conference title. The Evergreens remain four points behind Wausau East for first place in the WVC. East’s final conference game is Tuesday at Wausau West.

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Spencer volleyball crushes Loyal/Granton, moves to 7-0 in Cloverbelt East

Posted on 27 September 2012 by paul

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SPENCER – The Spencer volleyball team continued its perfect season in the Cloverbelt Conference East Division with a 3-0 sweep of Loyal/Granton on Thursday night at Spencer High School.

The Rockets won 25-10, 25-5, 25-18, to improve to 7-0 in conference play – all by 3-0 sweeps. Loyal/Granton drops to 1-5.

Julia Berres filled in for regular setter Brooke Kettleborough and had 20 assists and six service aces to lead the Spencer offense. Tara Matter had a team-high nine kills, Tynae Phillips added seven kills, and Alicia Endreas led the Rockets with 15 digs.

“We played without our starting setter (Brooke Kettleborough) and Julia Berres did a nice job filling in,” Spencer coach Buff Heller said. “She served incredible and did a decent job distributing the ball. The younger players have been getting a lot of time lately and you can see the experience paying off for the team.”

Spencer plays at the Stratford Invitational on Saturday.

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Marshfield volleyball loses to Stevens Point, suffers first WVC loss of season

Posted on 27 September 2012 by paul

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MARSHFIELD – Stevens Point handed the Marshfield volleyball team its first Wisconsin Valley Conference loss of the season with a 3-2 win on Thursday night at Marshfield High School.

Stevens Point won 25-23, 24-26, 18-25, 25-22, 19-17, to improve to 4-3 in the WVC, while Marshfield drops to 6-1.

Tiffany Stargardt had 30 kills and 30 digs, Tori Nanstad had 28 assists, Courtney Bauer had 26 assists, and Darian Molter served five aces for the Tigers.

Marshfield competes at the Neenah Invitational on Saturday.

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Marshfield girls tennis takes fourth at 2012 Wisconsin Valley Conference Tournament

Posted on 27 September 2012 by paul

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WAUSAU – Marshfield’s top singles player Nadeen Lieberman, and the No. 3 doubles team of Olivia Haessly and Emily Seidel each went 2-1 to finish second on Thursday at the Wisconsin Valley Conference Girls Tennis Tournament at Wausau East and West high schools.

Lieberman, a freshman, beat Kelli Miles of Wausau East 6-2, 6-2, to reach the No. 1 singles finals before losing to Gabbi Kitchell of D.C. Everest. Lieberman ends the regular season with a 17-8 record.

Haessly and Seidel beat teams from D.C. Everest and Wausau East in straight sets before losing 6-4, 6-4, to Zoe Hoche and Juliet Champion from Stevens Point in the championship match.

Marshfield placed fourth out of seven teams in the standings, with Wausau East claiming the Wisconsin Valley Conference title.

Lara Prebble placed third at No. 3 singles for the Tigers, beating Annie DeBroux of Merrill 6-1, 6-2, in the third-place match.

Erin Ott and Jenny Madden took fourth at No. 1 doubles, dropping the third-place match to Michelle Brandt and Kate Peterson of Wausau West in a three-set marathon, 6-4, 6-7 (10), 6-2.

The Tigers will take part in the WIAA Division 1 subsectional on Monday at D.C. Everest. The sectional tournament is Wednesday at Wausau East.

2012 Wisconsin Valley Conference Girls Tennis Tournament
Team standings:
1. Wausau East 31; 2. Stevens Point 21; 3. Wisconsin Rapids 20; 4. Marshfield 18; 5. Wausau West 15; 6. D.C. Everest 12; 7. Merrill 9.
Championship matches
1. Gabi Kitchell (DC) def. Nadeen Lieberman (MAR) 6-2, 6-0; 2. Erin Lemmer (WE) def. Tessa Arendt (WR) 6-2, 6-3; 3. Anna Baumann (WE) def. Allison Brost (WR) 6-1, 6-0; 4. Michaela Gunseor (WW) def. Claudia Schoeb (WE) 6-4, 6-2.
Doubles: 1. Caroline Krolicki-Mallory Wanserski (WE) def. Liz Hintz-Teresa Glodosky (WR) 6-2, 6-0; 2. Kate Vruwink-Sarah Stauner (WR) def. Kauyer Lor-Allie McGreaham (SP) 6-4, 6-4; 3. Zoe Hoche-Juliet Champion (SP) def. Olivia Haessly-Emily Seidel (MAR) 6-4, 6-4.
Third-place matches
1. Kelli Miles (WE) def. Hannah Champion (SP) 6-2, 6-3; 2. Sydney Snoeyenbos (WW) def. Samara Suomi (SP) 6-2, 6-2; 3. Lara Prebble (MAR) def. Annie DeBroux (MER) 6-1, 6-2; 4. Lily Firkus (SP) def. Krishna Patel (MAR) 6-4, 6-1.
Doubles: 1. Michelle Brandt-Kate Peterson (WW) def. Erin Ott-Jenny Madden (MAR) 6-4, 6-7 (10), 6-2; 2. Olivia Nass-Carissa Meyer (WE) def. Karina Baacke-Morgan Thompson (MER) 7-5, 6-4; 3. Kali Sather-Katie Maahs (WE) def. Amanda Leitzke-Ashley Ollhoff (MER) 5-7, 7-5, 7-6 (5).
Consolation matches
1. Megan Hughes (WR) def. Leah Johnson (MER) 6-0, 6-1; 2. Becca Bacon (DC) def. Martha Kupfer (MAR) 5-7, 6-3, 6-3; 3. Jaide Barber (SP) def. Melissa Panetta (WW) 6-1, 6-2; 4. Therese Renaud (MER) def. Bridget Barry (DC) 6-3, 6-0.
Doubles: 1. Kate Dumke-Maddie Tosseth (SP) def. Elyssa Kraeger-Makenzie Williams (DC) 6-1, 2-0 retired; 2. Emily Serchen-Taylor Hardinger (MAR) def. Jenna Maly-Kenzie Bradley (DC) 6-1, 6-1; 3. Kate Wessels-Paige Wonders (WW) def. Emily Adams-Kristin Houle (DC) 6-2, 6-3.

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